by Seneca

nexensis: Although it can be read in an hour or two, it completely rewrote the way I approach life – particularly by reframing procrastination and idleness read comments

pcprincipal: While some of the question of free will is semantics, Harris deeply changed my position on to what extent we determine our own actions. When someone can present an argument to you for... read comments

prashnts: This book contains tales of some of the Sacks's patients. A very interesting read. read comments

janvdberg: This is just an amazing book and became one of my all time favorites. read comments

Entangled: We live in a world of thieves masqueraded as leaders. read comments

mrpotato: The book covers Aldous' thought about his experience while under the influence of mescaline. read comments

arkaic: Was very influential in getting me to step back and question all my assumptions. read comments

dmux: Gave me an insight into some of the underpinnings of Conservative thought. I'd never had the opportunity to hear any of the arguments he brings up in college or in my own liberal social groups. read comments

ncphillips: This is a short and captivating book. I read it in about an hour and a half on Remembrance Day. read comments

eitally: I love food, and I love the anthropology of food. The writing here is engaging and entertaining, but the content is quite interesting if you are at all curious about mid-century French cuisine... read comments